# Lesson Worksheet: Pie Charts Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using pie charts to analyze data, communicate information, and draw conclusions from this data.

Q1:

The pie chart shows the mathematics exam classifications of 60 students. Using the information on the pie chart, determine the number of students that received a pass grade. Q2:

The pie chart shows the percentage of students that play various sports at a school with 1,800 students. Determine how many students play tennis. Q3:

The pie chart shows the proportions of students in a year group who play basketball, football, and volleyball. Given that there are 108 students in the year, complete the table. Sport Number of Students Basketball Volleyball Football ⋯ ⋯ ⋯
• A13, 13, 27
• B36, 36, 36
• C18, 18, 72
• D27, 27, 54

Q4:

The pie chart shows the results of a survey of what fruits students prefer. Given that 30 students completed the survey, how many students prefer peaches? Q5:

The pie chart shows the results of a survey of what fruits students prefer. What fraction of students prefer oranges or peaches? • A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q6:

A group of 100 people were asked about their favorite sandwiches. The pie chart shows their responses. What percent of the people chose either Cold Cuts or Egg Salad? Q7:

The pie chart shows the results of a survey of how students travel to school. What is the most common method of travel? • Abus
• Bmetro
• Ctaxi
• Dwalking

Q8:

The pie chart shows the results of a survey to find the most popular subject in a school. What percentage of students picked English? Q9:

The pie chart shows the percentage of students that play various sports at a school. Determine the percentage of the members who prefer squash. Q10:

The pie chart shows the results of a survey to find the most popular subject in a school. What percentage of student picked mathematics? This lesson includes 19 additional questions and 252 additional question variations for subscribers.